Barton County Missouri Court Records

Court Records

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(2450)Barton County Courts
Golden City Municipal Court701 Depot AvenueGoldenMO64748417-537-4351
Barton County Courts
Lamar Circuit Court1004 Gulf StreetLamarMO64759417-682-2444
Lamar Municipal Court1104 Broadway StreetLamarMO64759417-682-5554
Barton County District Attorney Office
Barton County Prosecuting Attorney114 West 10th StreetLamarMO64759417-682-6061
Barton County DMVs
Lamar Driver Examination Office106 Broadway StreetLamarMO64759417-682-2176
Lamar Driver License & Vehicle Registration Office208 12th Street WestLamarMO64759417-682-3555
Barton County Court Records Databases
Barton County Accident Reports
Barton County Child Support Warrants
Barton County Court Records
Barton County Criminal Records
Barton County Probate Records
Barton County Traffic & Parking Ticket Payment
Barton County Court Jury Duty Information
Barton County Jury Duty RequirementsConvicted Felons DisqualifiedYesMO
Barton County Jury Duty RequirementsEnglish RequiredYesMO
Barton County Jury Duty RequirementsResidency RequirementCounty Resident: 0 DaysMO
Barton County Jury Duty RequirementsMinimum Age21MO
Barton County Jury Duty RequirementsTime Since Prior Jury Service2 yearsMO

Where to Find Court Records in Barton County Missouri

If you need to lookup a court case, then the Barton County Office of Recorder of Deeds is the place to go. Vital certificates are hard copy documents that serve as proof of a person’s identity. There are various ways to obtain these records. Below are the locations where you can find them. When available, you can also access other online resources related to court cases. However, if you are trying to get your hands on something more specific, then the Barton County Public Library might be your best option.

If you’re wondering how to find public court records for Barton County, Missouri, you’ve come to the right place. The Barton County website will open a new window and give you access to the courthouses’ records. These records include marriage, property and military discharges. There are also links to third-party websites. The links are updated regularly to ensure accuracy. If you’re unsure of the state of the records, you can always try searching by name or courthouse.

Aside from court records, you can also check vital records. These records are not only used for marriages, but they can also be used to find out a person’s past. This includes birth and death certificates. The county clerk’s office also maintains the county’s real estate maps. These are useful for searching property in Barton County. The local history page can help you locate more information about the area’s residents.

The history of the county in Missouri outlines the first courthouse in the county. This structure was reportedly built in 1882, and was used as a temporary building until the county’s first permanent courthouse was completed. The Story of Barton County credits Ward for providing the lumber needed to construct the first building. The story mentions that the building was a two-story structure. According to the History of Hickory, Polk, Cedar, and Batton Counties, the first temporary building was sixty by thirty feet.

The Barton County Clerk’s Office can help you find marriage and land records. The office does not provide research or search for people, but the staff at the clerk’s office can help you find information relating to your family. If you are looking for court records in Barton County Missouri, you should contact the local government offices. If you cannot locate the courthouse, you can also visit the courts of St. Louis and Kansas City.

The Barton County Clerk’s Office is responsible for maintaining the county’s public records. The Barton County Clerk’s Office serves the citizens of the county, and they are required to keep the public’s records updated. The state is required to maintain offender and civil records of all citizens. In addition to this, the office also assists with elections. The local government has the right to enact laws and enforce the constitution.